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robbery at a centennial hills shopping center. i'm john huck. i'm cyndi lundeburg. it happened inside the tj maxx on durango near elkhorn just after 1:30. the scene is clearing-- no one was injured-- but it caused some for some very tense moments in that store and the surrounding area. fox five's eri joins us live now from the scene with more on what's going on. eric?
amy nauenburg is on the phone with us now she was at centennial hills hospital-- which was on lockdown for a time. amy take us about the trash left... days after the 10th annual bullhead city river regatta.... and if they have their way.....the worlds largest river tube float may be over...not only for this year..but for good........ fox5's vince sapienza is in laughlin with reaction from locals.. and has more on what city officials are saying... that's right john,
spoke with a man whose job was to dive the bottom of the river and clean up the trash, after the event, he told me it was the worst he's ever seen, and when he surfaced with five bags of trash, he was told it wasn't enough. clean and quiet... a very different picture out here on the colorado river than the one that was painted by locals last weekend. "just treated just like i don't know an out house on they dumped everything it was their amounts of cash as high as you could see it to my waist and just everywhere everything they could throw away i just threw the beaches here." these are the pictures taken by participants of the bullhead city river regatta immediately after the event. "it was discussing most of environmental impact on the colorado this is our river and the only one we're going to get we need to take care of it no one else is going to." locals were so upset that a petition has been
the event next year. with over 3100 signatures already. "a lot of a lot of it is the trash and i said i work in the casinos cross the river so we get a lot of the fights afterwards when everyone is drunk we get a lot of that stuff and then that doesn't include the stuff that sinking to the bottom that nobody can pick up so then we have the fish and everything else that goes through here that's being harm because that stuff." but this what it looks like on tuesday. city staff say the mess was cleaned in a matter of hours. and that the event is too valuable to lose, drawing a total economic impact between laughlin and bullhead city at around $20 million dollars. "right now on social media and it's absolutely justified in what he wants to see a parker river looking like that of the trash for an event like this is significant, you know at this time of year real hot in bullhead city and then sometimes people like to just stay indoors and not do much and when people stay indoors not doing much it doesn't generate a lot of economic impact we have this event at this time of year so we can generate some awesome business for our community and i think it does just that." the city says they brought in 20 additional dumpsters, 150 additional trash and and more than 120 people working on trash alone. but for some locals i spoke with it still isn't enough, saying the ripple effects afterward are not worth it. "basically just the chaos like i've seen many fights i've just i've seen the aftermath of it and it's not fun i work the night shift at the casinos were everybody's hot in
sick." 30-thousand floated down the colorado this past weekend, the most in its ten year history. and some residents would like to see it again, just done differently. "we need to hear from the city with their plans are for next year because honestly last year's we got it and it wasn't is well organized and get a much better job this year so what we like to here's what the city plans to do to improve again." now the city tells me the biggest difference this year is people took full advantage of the pa f south end for landing... and they plan to be better prepared for next year by doubling everything next year.. from dumpsters to trash cans to people working. from bullhead city, i'm vince sapienza fox5 local las vegas. city council will review and hear locals opinions on next years event.. and will make a
or goes on september 20 las vegas said it's final goodbye to the riviera early this morning.. kaboom the monte carlo tower sent clouds... dust and debris out into the air around 2-30 a-m. one man who's seen half a dozen implosions...most right here in the valley... says he's a little sad a piece of history is g high hope for the future. "i am but at the same time i hope our convention center expands over here and that there's more work for everybody and that there's more stuff going on here. the riviera hotel and casino closed may 20-15 after 60 years. a local italian resturant is closed down after a car smashes into the side. it happened monday around 1- 45 in the afternoon at bratalian restaurant. that's near eastern and saint rose parkway. police say the vehicle went deep
restaurant... you can see the damage here from chef carla pellegrino's facebook page. the restaurant was closed when it happened so no one was injured. police say the driver may have had a medical episode when he crashed. a policy at the animal foundation is being called an invasion of privacy by local rescue groups... the organization is requiring rescue groups to provide the names, phone numbers and addresses for all of their foster homes... the animal foundation says the rule is in place so the organization can check and make sure animals who are adopted out are not going to a home that would be breaking local ordinances -- like restrictions on the number pets in a household. in clark county, homes can only have 3 dogs and 3 cats unless the owner has a permit. but rescue groups and animal advocates say the rule restrictive and will make it more more difficult for groups to find homes willing to foster animals -- meaning more pets being left in the shelter. "last year the rescues pulled more than 2500 animals out of the animal foundation,
placements, and if the rescue groups who rely solely on the fosters can no longer find fosters, they're not going to be able to pull these animals out." he says since the animal foundation is not a "no-kill" shelter, less adoptions means more animals could be put down... but the animal foundation says it's important to make sure all their adoptions are going to good and law-abiding homes. students are soaking up the last two weeks of summer... but 14 hundred new teachers started the school year at th orientation today. it was hosted by the clark county education association. the association's president says a lot of new hires are coming from out of state... and that they want teachers to know the support is there ...with a number of opportunities to get involved in the school district. "we want them to come here and stay here and be part of the education of our students because at the end of the day our students need teachers who are here and grounded in our community and want to be part of the community. clark county
29th. as teachers are preparing for the first day-- some parents are trying to figure out how they will afford to send their kids back to school with supplies... (captioning will resume shortly) firefighters are making headway on a blaze in northern california... while evacuees find out what's leftf homes.
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect them.
fference every month. but for the wall street types who've given congressman joe heck's
campaigns over $500,000, social security could mean billions of dollars in fees. that's what privatizing social security means and why joe heck and wall street support it. under heck's privatization plan, retirement security gets risked on the stock market. and the wall street types supporting joe heck whose side are you on? senate majority pac is responsible
energy, subaru of las vegas and henderson hospital." fox five is helping valley kids get the tools they need to be successful in the classroom. it's the second day of our s-o-s drive school supplies. fox five's christine maddela is live at n-v energy - near sahara and jones - where the donations have been coming in today. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly today, we are live at nv energy collecting school supplies for some of the valley's most vulnerable students.
backpacks, pencils, notebooks, crayons... anything you can think of to help these kids be successful in the classroom. keep in mind...backpacks are always the number one need. you can find a full list on our website at fox five vegas dot com. today, we are live at subaru of las vegas collecting school supplies for now fox5 weather 24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty
way with 106 on wednesday, then 104 on thursday. we'll stay around 103 on friday and through the weekend. we'll also see afternoon gusts around 20 mph each day. more clouds arrive on monday and tuesday with monsoon moisture staying east of us. average highs for the next week are at 101 & 102. closed captioning
energy, subaru of las vegas and henderson hospital." fox five is helping valley kids get the tools th be successful in the classroom. it's the second day of our s-o-s drive to raise school supplies. fox five's christine maddela is live at n-v energy - near sahara and jones - where the donations have been coming in today. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly
at nv energy collecting school supplies for some of the valley's most vulnerable students. the drive runs through wednesday. we are looking for backpacks, pencils, notebooks, crayons... anything you can think of to help these kids be successful in the classroom. keep in mind...backpacks are always the number one need. you can find a full list on our website at fox five vegas dot com. today, we are live at subaru of las vegas collecting school supplies for some of the valley's most vulnerable students. the drive runs through wednesday. we are looking for backpacks, pencils, notebooks, crayons... anything you can think of to help these kids be successful in the classroom.
enrollement is up slightly around the nation this school year. the education departmment says nearly 50 million students will attend public schools in the fall. charter school enrollment is also growing ...with 64 hundred charters in 40 states. on the other hand...private school enrollment is expected to be down slightly to about four point eight million students. the education department is expecting three and a half million students...public and private...to graduate high school at the end of this year. pt's and sierra gold are looking to find talented people for a new tavern that will be opening in mid- september. the fair will be held tomorrow at the golden
center at 6595 south jones... on the north side of the building... between 2 pm and 6pm. dress to impress and bring a current resume and list of work- related references. they're looking for full and part time employees... everything from bartenders, servers, cooks and hostesses. getting work done from start to finish can be difficult with so many distractions. new tips reveal how to get rid of those concentration killers. if you're overloaded with emails... try setting aside a specific time of day to and respond to them. studies say not getting enough sleep can affect short term memory... remember to get in at least seven to nine hours a night. research says hunger is is linked to low energy...so avoid skipping meals at all cost. some i-phone seven designs are being leaked out. but the upgrades may surprise you... what the new model includes....and doesn't... coming up. changes also coming to android devices as well. the features that are similar to
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make the economy work for everyone? hillary clinton's plan starts here... by making big corporations and those at the top finally pay their fair share in taxes. and those companies that move overseas? she'd charge them an exit tax. then she'd use that money to make the largest investment in creating good paying jobs since world war ii. millions of jobs.
to announce the i-phone seven in september. but some of it's features are being leaked out....with some surprises. forbes is reporting that a french website has the designs... which shows the seven will not have a headphone jack. apple made a similar design choice with the i phone four...with disappointment. according to those same plans, it also won't have stereo speakers or a touch sensitive home button. the new features are expected to be mostly internal. google is going up against facetime. the company launched a free new video calling service called duo today. duo lets users to make calls between i-os and android devices -- something
pick up another call if one comes through. instead.... google sends them a message saying you're unavailable. when you've hung up, you'll get a notification highlighting the missed call. google is expected to launch allo.... a dedicated text messaging app -- in a few weeks. now here's something you definitely shouldn't try at home. a world record is broken by a cuban biker. the distance he rode on his motorcycle....blin dfolded! some students are changing up a classic american muscle car... what they're doing in hopes of winning a national competition. your fox5 weather 24/7 forecast is
fox5 news coming up at 5 o'clock. we're continuing to follow the "blue
cut" wildfi cutting off interstate 15 - between l-a and las vegas. coming up... the latest on the battle to contain the flames... and video of structures being destroyed. and.... caught on video. a garbage truck dumps its load... after it catches on fire here in las vegas. plus - new details on what led to the arrest of a youth director of a "boys and girls" club. why underage girls said he made them feel
university students are trying to turn one of america's classic "muscle cars" - the camaro -- into an eco- friendly hybrid. fox's courtney griffin tells us why. asu's polytechnic campus is one of 16 universities competing in a intense 4 year competition. they're taking this camaro and making it into a high- performance hybrid. mos says: "you see the engine out of the 2015 equinox and then you see a converter over from rhinehart here in the back and then you see the electric motor that's hidden underneath the car." roughly 45 students are working on it.
year 3 -- and this year the goal is to make the car turn on and eventually be good enough to run at a high- performance level. mos says: "the main purpose here is to increase the performance of the car while saving the environment." along with horsepower - students want to give the car more brain power - using smart technology - to alert the driver of hazards in the road. mos says: "to basically try to analyze the environment around the vehicle and have the vehicle understand what's happening so if it sees a pedestrian or a car in front of it or a a traffic sign or a stop sign this is mainly for assisting the drive to make the driving conditions more comfortable and make the experiences more safe." the students say by next year - this camaro should be aware of it's environment and also a full- functioning high- performance hybrid. courtney griffin fox 10 news a cuban biker is setting a world record... motorcycle rider aliet perez is king of the road--after breaking a guinness world record for
perez drove four-point-nine miles through the streets of santiago de cuba--- escorted by a police convoy. he says he was motivated by the crowds who helped steer him in the right direction. it took perez about 15 minutes to navigate the streets. a guinness representative says the previous world record was four point three miles set by a spaniard last year. perez, who is also a magician... says he dedicated his win to mark the 90th birthday of cuban leader fidel castro. a couple of high school students their classmates start the year on the right foot. what they're doing to get the school year going...
post-its provide a school surprise for students at one arizona high school. delavra says: "we were at church camp over the summer and we really want to make a difference at our school. so, we were like, what's a great way to make everyone have a great first day and have everyone smile." they joined a dozen of their friends...walking all over the sunrise mountain campus-- placing their three-thousand inspirational post- its everywhere that they could. they wrote each message by hand....trying to fox5 news at 5 o'clock is straight
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retirement. but in washington, congressman joe heck supports privatizing it... turning our savings over to wall street... and risking it on the stock market. heck's plan means billions more in fees for wall street. and they've donated over half a million dollars to his campaigns. those numbers speak for themselves. joe heck is a threat to a secure retirement, because he's part of the problem in washington. afscme people is responsible
its time for fox5 news at 5. a fast-moving brush fire cutting off travel on i-15, threatening homes and buildings.. leading many to find shelter and other ways around the smoke and flames. how firefighters are trying to stop its progression. and an armed standoff./..at a shopping center. "implosion " 14 seconds... from first bang... to the last piece... of 60 years of history to come crumbling down. this is fox5 news at 5. local. las vegas interstate 15 shut down in both directions - due to a wildfire in san bernardino county. i'm cyndi lundeberg - in for christine. i'm john huck. the flames right now - near cajon
people in the area have been evacuated. the fire covers at least eight square miles or 65- hundred acres - and is moving north towards wrightwood - while showing no signs of slowing down. more than 15- hudnred ac so far. it's being called the "blue cut" fire. can see the flames tearing through what appear to be ranch buildings and other structures. so far - no reports of any injuries - or word on how the fire started. 700 emergency workers are responding.